We're talking about atrociously bad coaching tenures. Nebraska knows what one of those looks like.
The League of Extraordinary Statisticians talks about sample sizes, and how much they like to work with before assessing true talent.
Urban Meyer's spectacularly successful six years with the Florida Gators have ended. Dawg Sports explains why fans of the Georgia Bulldogs should view Coach Meyer's tenure in Gainesville as a period of missed opportunities in Jacksonville.
The Origin of Practice? So that's who writes these!
It's Friday afternoon, and that means time for a little fun. In honor of the UFL naming Dennis Green, Jim Fassel, Jim Haslett and Ted Cottrell to coach their four franchises, here is a little video...
The Arizona Cardinals changed the feeling of fans in the desert. There's a winning team in town now.
Do you know who the most successful black college football coach is/was?
UCLA's Karl Dorrell, the man with a sparkling 35-27 record in five years, the man pink-slipped after consecutive disappointing seasons.
Tyrone Willingham has the most victories — 76 to go along with 88 losses and one tie.
Dennis Green went 26-63 at Northwestern and Stanford. Sylvester Croom finished up at 21-38 at Mississippi State.
We're not being strategic. Dorrell, a UCLA alumnus, is the only black coach who landed somewhere he truly fit. The problem is he got there before he was truly ready for the responsibility.